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Hungarian Mini Cheese Scones With Emmenthal (Pogacsa) Recipe

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Hungarian Mini Cheese Scones With Emmenthal (Pogacsa) Recipe Pogacsa, or mini cheese scones are by far the most popular savoury snack in Hungary – probably in Eastern-Europe and the Balkan as far as I noticed when travelling around. There are lots of different version of them: some types of them resembles more like a bread, you can sprinkle them with …

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Win a Baking Fundamentals Course from Seasoned Courses!

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Since I only started to cook and bake well into my thirties, I never miss an opportunity to emphasise how much I missed out on before! Since I’ve learnt it all by myself, it was a long process, lots of trials and errors as well as mishaps, which were quite disheartening. Sometimes I felt like I’m doing it all wrong. …

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Easy And Healthy Chocolate Avocado Mousse

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This is a ridiculously easy recipe. Really, all you need is your blender – as it’s a totally raw recipe. I made this the other day when I – yet again – staring at the 3 perfectly ripe avocados I had in the fruit bowl and didn’t know what to do with them. I was planning something avocado-less for dinner, …

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10 Fantastic Recipes For Gin Lovers

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Hands up if you like gin! *Both hands up* Gin & Tonic is one of my favourite drinks – since I can’t really stand the sweetness of most cocktails, it’s perfect. Cultured, simple and tasty. The famous long drink was invented by the British East Indian Army to help fight Malaria in the 1700’s. So Gin has a long history …

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World Cup of Food – Which Country Is The Culinary World Champions?

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World Cup of Food – Which Country Is The Culinary World Champions? Travelling the world, you are afforded the opportunity to taste the national dishes of numerous countries. All of which are delicious and can only truly be appreciated when cooked on home soil – but what is the best national dish? As the eyes of the world will be …

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Homemade Smoothie Ice Lollies With Vegan Yogurt

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Ice lollies are a big favourites in our house, especially if they have some chocolate content… so why not turn the smoothies into ice lollies? When the weather is warm it goes down better and it’s naturally more fun. My boy tend to try more flavours and ingredients when they are presented in a form of an ice lolly.  So …

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Roasted Sweet Potato and Butternut Squash with Feta Cheese

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I’ve been making this dish for years and years. In fact, I can’t believe, I have never posted this recipe! This is my ultimate escape dish, whenever I have to cook up a dinner for carnivores, I serve this as a side dish and I have it as main for myself. Just add some grilled tofu or halloumi and it …

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Some Great Ideas For Maintaining A Healthy Diet

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We’re all guilty of being a little impatient in the modern world, and that’s definitely the case when it comes to our eating habits. So many diets are promoted that promise to help people lose weight in a matter of weeks or even days, but that doesn’t mean those diets are healthy. In fact, it means quite the opposite. Being …

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Eating Out in Lido de Venezia

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We have visited Venice about a month ago, back in March 2018 and we stayed in Lido de Venezia. We wanted to see this famous piece of sandbar which was one of the first places in Europe to embrace the bathing culture. The Golden Island became famous worldwide as The Lido and from the roaring 20’s onwards, was the place …

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Traditional Hungarian Quark Strudel Recipe

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Traditional Hungarian Quark Strudel Recipe Strudel is one of the most popular desserts in Hungary, a very traditional dish. People love to serve it on special occasions like big family lunches, birthdays, Easter, Christmas – you name it. My grandma and my mum used to make so much at once, that everyone in the family had to eat strudel for …